Who controls uses of your on-the-job writing?
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An Iowa university and Connecticut high school are reinventing recreational reading programs
Innovative practical technologies kept the exhibit hall buzzing
Interviews with Anne Enright, author of The Forgotten Waltz, and Robert K. Massie, author of Catherine the Great
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Some people say libraries are old-fashioned, they're lost in a new society. No. It's all learning in a new environment.
Chicago Tribune, April 28, 2013
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